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Nov 6 2017   8:49AM GMT

TechTarget’s weekly roundup (10/30 – 11/6)

Michael Tidmarsh Michael Tidmarsh Profile: Michael Tidmarsh

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Violin Systems


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What odds do you give Violin Systems of long-term survival? Learn why the CEO thinks that profits are on the way in this week’s roundup.

1. Violin Systems CEO Abbasi says profits coming in 2018 – Dave Raffo (SearchStorage)

All-flash pioneer Violin emerges from bankruptcy; 2018 plans call for profits, acquisition, NVMe deployments and software-defined scalability.

2. Bad Rabbit ransomware data recovery may be possible – Michael Heller (SearchSecurity)

Security researchers found a way to recover data locked by the Bad Rabbit ransomware without paying, and others said money might not have been the driver of the attacks.

3. ScaleArc brings database load balancing to Azure SQL DB – Jan Stafford (SearchCloudApplications)

This product update explores a new database load-balancing software release, ScaleArc for SQL Server, which is integrated with Microsoft’s Azure SQL Database.

4. Machine learning’s training data is a security vulnerability – Nicole Laskowski (SearchCIO)

Microsoft’s Danah Boyd has a sobering message for CIOs: The data used to train machine learning algorithms is at risk.

5. GDPR requirements put end-user data in the spotlight – Alyssa Provazza (SearchEnterpriseDesktop)

End-user computing technologies can help IT with General Data Protection Regulation compliance, but they aren’t up to snuff when it comes to inventorying data.

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